Dying, taxes, and civil servants sitting on their asses are actually among the solely certainties in life. On the latter, it ought to come as no shock that civil servants additionally uncared for their work throughout earn a living from home (WFH) preparations.
The Nationwide Civil Service Company (BKN) yesterday launched the outcomes of a self-assessed survey on workload taken by civil servants (regionally identified by the acronym PNS) masking the interval after they had been all pressured to WFH in the course of the first three months of the pandemic.
Thirty p.c of responders admitted to having much less or zero workload in comparison with working from the workplace. Forty p.c mentioned their workload was the identical for each work preparations, whereas 30 p.c mentioned they labored extra from dwelling.
“However the numbers could also be conservative. If we pressed them, it’s potential that 40 p.c uncared for their work. Possibly half didn’t do something [during WFH],” BKN Head Bima Haria Wibisana said in his indictment of lazy PNS.
The survey additionally confirmed that some PNS’ incapability to adapt to vary and developments in know-how contributed to their lack of productiveness.
“Some gave the excuse that they couldn’t sustain with adjustments in direction of the digital. However that’s solely as a result of they weren’t keen to study,” Bima added.
The official gave one final burn for PNS, saying that staff formally categorized as “useless wooden”, AKA these with low work motivation and efficiency, at present far outnumber pushed and high-performing civil servants.
No motive for a increase, then? Effectively, not that this was a reward for the survey, but it surely simply so occurs that President Joko Widodo right this moment formally raised the maximum cash incentive a PNS can earn in a bid to help the federal government’s bureaucratic reforms targets.